Liver Imaging. MRI with CT Correlation. Current Clinical Imaging

  • ID: 2986121
  • Book
  • 328 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Liver Imaging: MRI with CT Correlation is a cutting–edge book developed by a team of world–renowned MRI and CT specialists, led by Richard Semelka, MD, whose monumental, 2–volume Abdominal–Pelvic MRI, Third Edition, is the gold standard for abdominal MRI reference and teaching. This new, atlas–style book features over 500 high–quality images, and adds beautifully captured CT (computed tomographic) images as correlations to a wealth of MR (magnetic resonance) images. The result is a self–contained, completely reliable reference for dynamic imaging with MRI and CT correlations.

This book provides a practical approach for imaging of focal and diffuse liver lesions based on state–of–the–art MR and CT imaging sequences, multidetector row CT images, 3D reformatted images, breath–hold MRI sequences, and cutting–edge MR 3T images where appropriate, concise but useful figure legends, relevant and systematic (differential) diagnostic information, the latest references to primary literature and clinical evidence, and patient management possibilities.

  • User–friendly, atlas–style presentation, with over 500 MRI and CT images featuring state–of–the–art MR and CT imaging sequences, multidetector row CT images, 3D reformatted images, breath–hold MRI sequences, and cutting–edge MR 3T images
  • Highly practical approach for imaging of focal and diffuse liver lesions, complete relevant and systematic (differential) diagnostic information, the latest references to primary literature and clinical evidence, and patient management possibilities
  • Reflects a pattern–recognition approach to MRI and CT imaging, assisting with efficient scanning of images and assessment and diagnosis of disorders
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List of Contributors, vii

Preface, ix

1 The Cross–Sectional Anatomy of the Liver and Normal Variations1Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, and Richard C. Semelka

2 The Cross–Sectional Imaging Techniques and Diagnostic Approach 15Ersan Altun and Richard C. Semelka

3 Safety of MRI and CT 63Ersan Altun and Richard C. Semelka

4 Cystic Diseases of the Liver 73Ersan Altun, Mohamed, El–Azzazi, Richard C. Semelka, and Miguel Ramalho

5 Benign Solid Liver Lesions 101Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, Richard C. Semelka, and Mamdoh AlObaidy

6 Liver Metastases 137Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, Richard C. Semelka, and Miguel Ramalho

7 Hepatocellular Carcinoma 161Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, Richard C. Semelka, and Mamdoh AlObaidy

8 Rare Primary and Secondary Tumors of the Liver 181Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, and Richard C. Semelka

9 Cholangiocarcinoma 193Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, Richard C. Semelka, and Miguel Ramalho

10 Infectious Diseases of the Liver, 201Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, and Richard C. Semelka

11 Chronic Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis 219Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, Richard C. Semelka, and Mamdoh AlObaidy

12 Hepatic Fat and Iron Deposition 241Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, and Richard C. Semelka

13 Inflammatory Liver Diseases 255Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, and Richard C. Semelka

14 Vascular Disorders of the Liver 267Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, and Richard C. Semelka

15 Post–treatment Changes in the Liver 285Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, and Richard C. Semelka

16 Liver Trauma 301Ersan Altun, Mohamed El–Azzazi, and Richard C. Semelka

Index 305

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Ersan Altun MD

Associate Professor of Radiology

Attending Radiologist

Abdominal Imaging, Department of Radiology,

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, USA

Mohamed El–Azzazi MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Radiology

University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia;

Consultant in the Department of Radiology

King Fahd Hospital of the University, Saudi Arabia;

Assistant Professor of Radiology

University of Al Azhar, Cairo, Egypt;

Clinical Research Scholar

Department of Radiology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA

Richard C Semelka MD

Professor of Radiology

Abdominal Imaging, Department of Radiology

Director of MRI Services

Vice Chair of Quality and Safety

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, USA
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